Asiatic Land Tenure

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Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas(Union of South Africa) before the Joint 1st and 6th Committee)

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Speech by Mr G Heaton Nicholas

Before the Sixth Committee United Nations General Assembly

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

Letter to Mr Clarkson the Minister of the Interior

Letter to Mr Clarkson the Minister of the Interior

Land Tenure Advisory Board

Supplement to the treatment of Indians in South Africa recent developments

Supplement to the treatment of Indians in South Africa recent developments.

The following statements brings the position regarding treatment of Indians in South Africa and the denial of fundamental freedom and human rights to non-European peoples up to date

Text of Talk to Maritzburg Rotary

Text of Talk to Maritzburg Rotary

The Indian in South Africa. Pamphlets.

THE POSITION IN DURBAN
In order to understand the Indian Problem as it affects Natal in general, and Durban in particular, it is necessary to remember the historical background of the problem.

The Asiatic Immigrant community in the Union of South Africa

THE South African Asiatic community is an outstanding example o an immigrant group of tropical origin, which was originally import to meet the labor requirements of European settlers and which has aroused bitter opposition by its attempts to move outside its allotted sphe Like the Jews in Eastern

The Indian Problem in South Africa

AT the outset let me wholeheartedly express my profound sense of gratitude to the East India Association for this opportunity it has accorded me on behalf of the South African Indian Congress Delegation to deal with proposals, which not only affect the rights of my people in South Africa, but als

The Secretary of the Land Tenure Act Amendment~ Committee, c/o Land Tenure Advisory Board

The Secretary of the Land Tenure Act Amendment~ Committee, c/o Land Tenure Advisory Board

MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY INTO THE AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 1 OF THE :ASIATIC LAND TENURE AND INDIAN REPRESENTATION ACT, NO. 28/1946, SUBMITTED BY. THE NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION

The Natal Municipal Association applauds the action of the Hon. the Minister of the Interior in the appointment of this Commission, for the purpose of investigating the respects in which Chapter 1 of the Asiatic Land Tenure etc.

Ballot Paper

REFERENDUM ON PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN COUNCILLORS.

Second Special Report of Finance Committee

Second Special Report of Finance Committee 

OFFICIAL NOTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF THE NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION HELD IN PUBLIC

OFFICIAL NOTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF THE NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION HELD IN PUBLIC. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER (TOWN HALL) PIETERMARITZBURG, ON WEDNESDAY
12th FEBRUARY,1947

Notes of the Proceedings at the Special Conference of the Natal Municipal Association held at Pietermaritzburg

NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION.
OFFICIAL NOTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SPECIAL CONFERENCE OF THE NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION HELD IN PUBLIC. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER (TOWN HALL) PIETERMARITZBURG. ON WEDNESDAY 12th FEBRUARY, 1947

Town Clerks Memorandum for Council in Committee. Asiatic land Tenure Act : Proposed Amendment of Chapter 1

Town Clerks Memorandum for Council in Committee. Asiatic land Tenure Act : Proposed Amendment of Chapter 1.

NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.

NATAL MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - AGENGA - SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT PIETERMARITZBURG - 12th FEBRUARY,1947.

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